No. 4

No. 4

by Stone Temple Pilots


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Product Details

Release Date: 10/26/1999
Label: Imports
UPC: 0075678325526
catalogNumber: 1050228
Rank: 35423

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Stone Temple Pilots   Primary Artist
Charlie Bisharat   Violin
Larry Corbett   Cello
Dean DeLeo   Acoustic Guitar,6-string bass,Lap Steel Guitar
Robert DeLeo   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Electric Guitar,Zither,Fuzz Bass
Joel Derouin   Concert Master
Peter Kent   Violin
Eric Kretz   Percussion,Drums
Barrett Martin   Marimbas
Brendan O'Brien   Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Scott Weiland   Organ,Vocals
Evan Wilson   Viola
Suzie Katayama   Cello
Gerry Hilera   Violin
Matthew Funes   Viola

Technical Credits

Stone Temple Pilots   Art Direction,Art Conception
David Campbell   String Arrangements
Robert DeLeo   Composer
Nick DiDia   Engineer
Russ Fowler   Engineer
Brendan O'Brien   Producer
Allen Sides   Engineer
Scott Weiland   Composer
Richard Bates   Art Direction
Ryan Williams   Engineer
Dave Reed   Engineer
Andrea Brooks   Art Direction

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No. 4 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you're an STP fan, you won't be disappointed. If you aren't an STP fan, you will be after you listen to this CD! I didn't realize how badly I needed an STP fix -- now I'm drunk on it and loving it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Before anyone thinks I will diss this CD, HEAR ME OUT FIRST. A lot of people think this is their best CD, but I think they have two others that rank higher and no it's not "Core"! What this cd has that others lack is the crunch that was most evident on "Core". Still this batch of songs has some real surprises. For me it's songs like the underrated "Glide" and the vastly overlooked oddity "Atlanta" that make this CD one of their better ones. "Sour Girl" ia also a fave, with it's goth like verses and Beatles like chorus. This song illustrates what I have always said. This band was never a Pearl Jam clone. They were a bridge from classic sixties bands such as Led Zeppelin, the Beatles and the Doors to name a few. To the more melodical Grunge bands. That bridge they built is what will keep their CD's popular long after other bands of their generation have disappeared.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Who would have ever thought that STP could actually pull it off? After Scott Weiland's continuous drug problems that kept him in and out of jail and rehab, the band was able to come back with something absolutely fresh. No. 4 is a whole new sound for STP. Core and Purple were great albums, but the band really innovated to create this work. Tracks such as Sour Girl give a hint of a Led Zeppelin influence. All of the other songs provides something new for any STP fan. Great comeback Weiland.
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